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Privileged Teen Helps Less Fortunate Children

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Faye Simanjuntak sets up Rumah Faye focusing on rescuing Indonesian children from human trafficking, violence, and exploitation. She uses her privileged background for good deeds.

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Faye Hasian Simanjuntak (left) at a drawing class in Kampung Melayu, July 2018 . tempo : 171926940041.

THE Covid-19 pandemic does not stop Faye Simandjuntak, 18, from working with children. During the pandemic Rumah Faye (Faye’s House), a foundation she set up, accommodated even more children who have been victims of human trafficking, violence, or exploitation. “Our safe house in Batam (in Riau Islands) usually houses some 25 children a year. Last year this went up to 42,” said Faye through a video-conference interview on Thursd


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